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Cambridge International Examinations
Cambridge International Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level
MATHEMATICS 9709/13
Paper 1 Pure Mathematics 1 (P1) May/June 2014
1 hour 45 minutes
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Graph Paper
List of Formulae (MF9)
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The total number of marks for this paper is 75.
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numbers of marks later in the paper.
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1 Find the coefficient of x in the expansion of
_
x
2

2
x
_
5
. [3]
2 The first term in a progression is 36 and the second term is 32.
(i) Given that the progression is geometric, find the sum to infinity. [2]
(ii) Given instead that the progression is arithmetic, find the number of terms in the progression if
the sum of all the terms is 0. [3]
3
2.2 rad
O
A B
6 cm
The diagram shows part of a circle with centre O and radius 6 cm. The chord AB is such that
angle AOB = 2.2 radians. Calculate
(i) the perimeter of the shaded region, [3]
(ii) the ratio of the area of the shaded region to the area of the triangle AOB, giving your answer in
the form k : 1. [3]
4 (i) Prove the identity
tan x + 1
sin x tanx + cos x
sin x + cos x. [3]
(ii) Hence solve the equation
tan x + 1
sin x tanx + cos x
= 3 sin x − 2 cos x for 0 ≤ x ≤ 2. [3]
5 A function f is such that f(x) =
15
2x + 3
for 0 ≤ x ≤ 6.
(i) Find an expression for f

(x) and use your result to explain why f has an inverse. [3]
(ii) Find an expression for f
−1
(x), and state the domain and range of f
−1
. [4]
6 A curve is such that
dy
dx
=
12
_
(4x + a)
, where a is a constant. The point P(2, 14) lies on the curve and
the normal to the curve at P is 3y + x = 44.
(i) Show that a = 8. [3]
(ii) Find the equation of the curve. [4]
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7 The position vectors of points A, B and C relative to an origin O are given by
−−→
OA =
_
2
1
3
_
,
−−→
OB =
_
0
−1
7
_
and
−−→
OC =
_
2
4
7
_
.
(i) Show that angle BAC = cos
−1
_
1
3
_
. [5]
(ii) Use the result in part (i) to find the exact value of the area of triangle ABC. [3]
8 (i) Express 2x
2
− 10x + 8 in the form a(x + b)
2
+ c, where a, b and c are constants, and use your
answer to state the minimum value of 2x
2
− 10x + 8. [4]
(ii) Find the set of values of k for which the equation 2x
2
− 10x + 8 = kx has no real roots. [4]
9 The base of a cuboid has sides of length x cm and 3x cm. The volume of the cuboid is 288 cm
3
.
(i) Show that the total surface area of the cuboid, Acm
2
, is given by
A = 6x
2
+
768
x
. |3|
(ii) Given that x can vary, find the stationary value of A and determine its nature. [5]
10
x
y
O
y = 2x + 1
y = −x
2
+ 12x − 20
The diagram shows the curve y = −x
2
+ 12x − 20 and the line y = 2x + 1. Find, showing all necessary
working, the area of the shaded region. [8]
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11
x
y
O
A
B
C
D
E 6
1
2
, 8
1
2

y = 3x
4y = x + 11
The diagram shows a parallelogram ABCD, in which the equation of AB is y = 3x and the equation
of AD is 4y = x + 11. The diagonals AC and BD meet at the point E
_
6
1
2
, 8
1
2
_
. Find, by calculation,
the coordinates of A, B, C and D. [9]
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